And how would I go about asking the insurance company for that money? Last week in my 2018 100D I was the front car in a 3 car chain reaction. It was at a stop light that had just turned green, and while waiting for the three cars in front of me to proceed, a driver coming down the road 2 cars back (presumably not paying attention) said he glanced up, saw the green light, and plowed into the car behind me, which sent that car into the back of mine. Ended up with a small scratch/dent in my back bumper. The car behind me (the one in the middle of the sandwich) didn't fare as well, and it's bumper was almost knocked off. I got everyone's name and insurance info. The guy's insurance who caused the accident accepted fault almost immediately, and sent me to a Tesla certified repair facility nearby. I was just told that insurance is repairing my car and it will be take 3 days, and the repair bill is just a shade over $1,000. So I'm thinking they're just repairing the bumper, repainting, and I'm good to go. But now my problem is that with an accident on the record for the car, my car's resale value will have taken a hit. I also believe that it is right that their insurance should compensate me for this - if they return my car, via repair, back to its pre-accident condition, they should also restore it back to its pre-accident value. And with the Tesla market the way it is, I know that when a potential buyer compares identical cars, but one with an accident history, it will have much lower perceived value. My dilemma is that for such a small bump/scratch, what's reasonable to ask for in diminished value, if any? Looking at these scratches I'm not too concerned myself if I was a buyer, and these pictures can be given to anyone interested in buying the car right? Any help appreciated.